Sununu to Juan Williams: Don’t let your blind loyalty to Obama make you sound foolish

Gov. Sununu may be a RINO to some and a moderate to others, but dang, he’s awesome as a Romney surrogate. And he took it to Juan Williams continuously tonight, even telling him to not let his blind loyalty to this president make him sound foolish. It was awesome.

Below is part one and part two, and I highly recommend watching both of them because Sununu never lets up and keeps handing Juan Williams his backside. Great TV!



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  • M_J_S

    Juan Williams is a total moron/hack. I’m no fan of Romney, but felon he IS NOT.

  • badbadlibs

    I explained to my husband why Romney is not a felon, he understood completley. We then discussed how the general public won’t take the time to find out otherwise.
    Juan, you’re a tool and a traitor for allowing bo to get away with lies.

    • both descriptions describe juandy boy to a tee.

      right on!
      tea party patriot

  • KenInMontana

    Sununu is just wandering around handing liberal talking heads, their own heads in a sack and their backsides on platters lately.

    • badbadlibs

      I think his days appearing on any msm programs is finished. He moped the floor with Andrea, I especially loved how he laughed out loud at her, talk about what goes around comes around!

  • 911Infidel

    Juan is just a bootlick for Obama. He’s a palooka like that other Dorian Grey Mrs Greenspan over at MSLSD. I’m no fan of Sununu, but he did a standup job on little Juany, just like he did on the old geez Ms Greenspan. If that was a boxing match, Sununu took little Juan in the first round. That was some good stuff.

  • FreeManWalking

    Thanks Scoop, I heard Sununu was going up against Juan tonight.

    Wuan was taking up 0b0 on telling those tall tales to the American people, at least up to the last segment when he started agreeing with Sununu.

    Sununu is the best weapon Willard has in his arsenal, who else could get whining wuan to admit that Willard gave a good speech at the NAALCP.

  • opinionatedhermit

    It’s funny to watch whiny libs talking about how the President should be held to a “higher standard.”

    Where were these clowns when Clinton was having sex at the office during office hours?

    Honest, where were these clowns when the President of the United States (Read: Clinton) lied under oath in his own trial where he was accused of rape?

    A higher standard? Are they serious? Yikes!!!

    These people haven’t a clue as to what they are saying.

    • Sober_Thinking

      You are completely right.

      But in many ways, Obama is guilty of many more outrageous atrocities and as you point out, the media is blind or complicit. I’d wager that Obama is the MOST corrupt President in U.S. history… my examples are too many to list. And the media looks the other way. Disgusting.

      • warpmine

        By higher standard they mean lowering the bar so even a DemonRat can make it over it.

    • We also conveniently forget Clintons staff reporting for work in sweats and flip flops and decorating a Christmas Tree with condoms, taking the “W”‘s off the keyboards. Where do the get these people?

  • Winghunter

    The Comrade In Chief seals all of his records, spends Millions keeping them sealed, is accused by expert law enforcement investigators of providing a fraudulent Selective Service registration card, Social Security number(s), attending college registered as a foreign student AND a birth certificate that his own lawyers now openly declare and yet has the unimitagated gall to point at anyone elses records!?

    ALL of these are serious felonies which don’t even register on the scale of creating a Constitutional crisis in illegally posing as a president of the United States of America!!

  • PFFV

    It sure is nice to see someone with debate skills. Gov. Sununu knows the facts and articulates them very well. Juan is way out of his league here. This is the kind of leadership message we need much more of from the Conservatives. The Tea Party is very proud of Mr. Sununu I can assure you of this. God Bless the former Gov. Sununu, I am with you sir!

    • Sober_Thinking

      I agree with you. Juan shows up for a paycheck… and then becomes the punching bag.

  • welltempered2

    Whenever I see Sununu I see Souter. Sorry.

  • nibblesyble

    hmmm, I have to admit that the dreaded Sununu is starting to grow on me. He was relentless against Newt, including lying about his ethics charges, ect, but he is dang good at pounding these liberals…Romney is smart to have him on the team.

    • wodiej

      I didn’t know he lied about Gingrich’s ethics charges. A good attack dog for someone to tell the truth? I don’t think so.

      • nibblesyble

        I know, but Romney also lied and he is all we got, so I try and see whatever good I can and am heartened by it..lest I go mad instead!

    • senrex

      I’ll never forgive him for giving us David Souter.

      • marketcomp

        Now that maybe unforgivable!

      • nibblesyble

        Yes, I just posted that Sununu is not my cup of tea, and I forgot to say that Souter is also a problem, but he is a pit bull and perhaps I was overcome with joy to see Andera Mitchell getting her you know what handed to her! (Juan was icing on the cake)It is amazing that I would even post anything positive about Sununu as he was enemy number one when the primary was going on, but then again so was Romney…things change and a person adapts.

  • keninil

    Juan W is doing as best he can with cards he has. It’s too bad they cant get anyone from BSNBC or any other MSM clowns there. I feel for Juan and Beckel in this cycle, they have no arguments.

    • Sober_Thinking

      I don’t feel for those liberal hacks one little bit. This is a conversion in progress if those clowns would stop vomiting out Democratic talking points and simply open their eyes and ears… so to stubbornly cling to their leftist views after hearing the truth is mind-boggling.

      BSNBC – brilliant! 🙂

      • keninil

        I actually think Williams and Beckel’s job is to toss liberal points at guests so they can bat them out of the park. The only time they win is when the guest/panelist can’t find his butt with either hand with regard to the topic.

        • Sober_Thinking

          Interesting. You could be right…

  • keyesforpres

    I’m so glad Sununu talked about zero shutting down our space program. The number one job of our Commander in Chief is national security.

    • TaimeAgair

      No time for that space exploration jazz, we needed NASA for a muslim outreach program.

      • Sober_Thinking


      • keyesforpres

        Yeah, can you believe that? Romney needs to hammer on that! Muslim outreach. I have some muslim outreach..reach out and send them all back from whatever 7th century sandbox they crawled in from.

  • Sununu for VP

  • James1754

    Every time I see Juan Williams I fee more and more sorry for him. Talk about blinders, Williams could not see the truth if it fell on him.

    • NCHokie02

      At times I feel that Juan Williams may question policies and actions by the Obama Administration but as the “Democrat” analyst on Fox he must defend them. I’m not sure if he always believes himself what he is saying but he does for the paycheck. Not all the time but some of the time.

  • TaimeAgair

    Finally, someone in the Romney camp with a damn spine!

  • Kordane

    I hate this “are they running for president?” throw-away line, about holding the candidate “to a higher standard” than anyone else, without any reason for why that should be the case. I want a bloody reason why that should be the case. Don’t just bloody assert that it is, and accept me to accept it. If critics of the candidate are hypocrites themselves, then the audience should know that. I don’t think that hypocrisy should be ignored, given that they’re attempting to hold the candidate to a standard that not even the critics could hold if they tried either. In which case, if it’s an impossible or incredibly unrealistic standard, then it should be discarded.

    • conservative58

      I agree Kordane. On the one hand, they feel their operatives should be immune from attack and scrutiny because they ‘are not running for president’. Yet, it’s perfectly OK for the Left to go after PRIVATE citizens (i.e. Koch brothers, Romney campaign donors, etc.).

    • I laughed at that comment by Juan. It reminds me of when Alan Keyes was debating Obama for the Senate seat and Keyes brought up the question about Obama’s citizenship status and BO’s reply was “but I’m not running for president.”

      Juan IMO has been slowly seeing the light when it comes to this president. He’s a smart guy but, it’s only a matter of time before he gets tired of carrying the water for this campaign. It’s funny seeing the Dems jump ship on Obama. Nobody likes being associated with a loser.

    • Sober_Thinking

      You are so right.

      Pelosi (former Speaker of the House and currently House Minority Leader) has overseas account(s), she gets insider information with the Stock Market… she’s been involved in many secret backroom deals and frankly is criminally insane. Where’s her standard?

      Valerie Jarrett – the REAL U.S. pResident – is the power behind the throne. And she has offshore accounts, was indirectly involved with the Blago situation, and remains the most secretive person hiding behind Obama. She has many more skeletons in her closet than Mitt.

      These people and many more are already in power. Mitt is running for President and NOT in power (yet). Shouldn’t elected people or those in positions of power over the lives of Americans be expected to conduct themselves with fidelity, honor, strength, morals, humbleness, etc.? They should lead… not be dirtbags and take advantage of their station.

      And don’t get me started on Obama who is one of the worst violators of the public trust that I have ever seen. He should have been fired years ago. Where was this holding the candidate “to a higher standard” crap when Obama was running? The garbage on him is as deep as the ocean. Hypocrites!

  • kong1967

    Williams is pathetic and Sununu is awesome. Williams is jumping on the bandwagon of Romney outsourcing jobs when he was running the Olympics and wasn’t even managing Bain. Yet Obama’s outsourcing of jobs to China and many other countries was somehow protecting jobs here. He’s not a political analyst. He is a political manipulater of the facts and he had his butt handed to him in this interview.

    • Rshill7

      Sununu: “Juan, here’s your butt.”

      Juan: “Thanks.” 🙂

      • kong1967


  • wodiej

    I’ll take your word for it. I don’t like to listen to people arguing and talking over each other.

  • NCHokie02

    One the issue of off shore accounts my question is “Who cares”? Why is it a big deal if he has off shore accounts when so many dems have them too? Are they hiding something as well? Is it illegal to have an off-shore account?

  • Philo Beddoe

    Juan Williams is a hack. He’s so bad he was fired from NPR and then Fox picked him up, probably for the minority inclusion.

    He exemplifies the problem with Washington. He is a enabler to the leftist politicians.

  • NCHokie02

    If Mitt Romney’s off-shore accounts are such a big deal and should be open to the public why aren’t O’s college transcripts open to the public? If we are so interested in every facet of Mitt’s life then why no Obamas??

    • keyesforpres

      I agree. Everytime they talk about Romney’s accounts, they need to fire back with
      “Why can’t we see O’s records?”.

  • Sununu is an effective “cut them off at the knees” debater.

    Accusing someone of being a felon better have tons of credible evidence to make a charge like that.

  • Rshill7

    Saw this last night on TV. It was as if the producer said to Juan, “Ok Wan, er, Juan, feign outrage, yell as much as possible, and pretend you’ve a smoking gun, jutting out the top of your own birfday cake. As soon as the farce has been extinguished, hold it against Sununu’s temple, like it were a giant Buddha and you a shaved head, idol worshiper.”

    At the end Sununu made a non-controversial statement Juan had to agree with, and Juan, like a trained seal, flapped his flippers, balanced a ball on his nose and ate a fresh fish right out of Sununu’s mitten.

  • Sober_Thinking

    I just don’t get Juan… at times he’s a bit sensible. But most of the time he bleets out the Democratic talking points and weakly tries to sell/defend them. I’m tired of listening to him.

    Sununu is fun to watch in this situation. While I don’t agree with everything he says 100%, his main facts and talking points are solid and Sununu has a way of cutting through it.

    Thanks for the post Scoop!

    • stage9

      I wouldn’t call him “sensible”. I would call him “restrained”. He restrains what he really wants to say. You can read a person’s eyes, and Juan Williams’ eyes speak volumes. He always has the look of someone who is trying to be objective, but inside he is far from it — he really just wants to unload his liberal diatribe. He’s as biased towards Obama as Hannity is towards Republicans, but he just restrains it.

      Lately though, since joining Fox, he has shown more bias and has really come out of his shell to express the depths of lunacy characteristic of liberals everywhere.

      • Sober_Thinking

        Yeah… true. Good post.

  • Don

    The more prominent of a role Juan Williams has on Fox, the less I consider it a viable source for information. Sununu is so far over William’s level of expertise, it is embarrassing.

  • Army_Pilot1967

    Okay, I watched all I could of that obama apologist, Juan Williams. If anyone says anything negative about obama, you can see the hurt in Williams’ eyes. Gimme a break. It’s time for FoxNews to say goodbye to the obamabot and send him on his merry way.

  • FutureOnePercent

    Gov Sununu is like the RINO’s version of Allen West… not afraid to stand up and call someone on their BS.

  • Kordane

    Romney should reject the premise that individuals are morally obligated to hire American workers, rather than foreign workers, even when it’s more profitable to do the latter.

    It is only a moral obligation if you are a COLLECTIVIST.

    To accept the Left’s premise (above), is to accept the ethics of collectivism.

    Romney needs to advocate INDIVIDUALISM and hence reject, on moral grounds, the claim that individuals are obligated to help their fellow countrymen.

    If you disagree with individualism, then you disagree with the declaration of independence.

    • MiketheMarine

      Well said. A business owner should have the right to hire whomever they choose.

      • Kordane

        The question isn’t about whether they have a right to do so, but is about whether it’s moral to do so. Collectivists will tell you that it’s immoral, since they believe you should put the collective (country/society/state) before yourself (the individual). Collectivists happily assert that “the needs of the many outweight the needs of the few”, and then they proceed to obliterate the individual rights of Man.

        Having individual rights implies that you have no moral obligation/duty to others. A moral obligation/duty is a mockery of morality, since morality is a matter of choice, and an obligation is the absence of choice. Your actions can’t be said to be immoral or moral if you had no choice in the matter.

        • MiketheMarine

          Those may be the terms they have couched this discussion in but to tell an employer that he must hire a certain number of minorities is wrong. Moral / immoral, that’s all above my pay grade but to tell a business owner who can or cannot hire or who can or must serve is BS, pure and simple.

      • keyesforpres

        Except illegal aliens.

  • Sandra123456

    Juan Williams is acting.

    “But, in general, I don’t know I would define myself as a liberal. I know most of the audience wouldn’t –But obviously, that is my job to be a foil for strong right-wing views.”

    Juan seems to think he is too conservative for CNN or MSNBC.

    FOX ought to invite real liberal nutz on to debate not actors like Juan and Alan Colmes.

  • This Bain Trutherism just tells us that the Obama campaign is in suicide mode. Pass the popcorn.

  • yhxqqsn

    Sadly even Progressive RINOs will fight Progressive Demos because it’s more about their team winning than about disagreeing on the ultimate goals.

  • marketcomp

    Gov. Sinunu is still a RINO! When he touts the NAACP has being a “classy operation and a credible organization” he must be smoking something in that peice pipe of his! The NAACP are a bunch of progressives and Obama chronies. Moreover, they have done a huge disservice to Black Americans because they see them as a commodity and a reliable voting block and not as indidviduals.

    • JohnBarry2012

      A Sununu warthog, not a rhino, with the sharp tusks ready to gore and he usually charged with his eyes close, like what he did to Andrea Mitchell and Juan Williams.

  • joyfulgiver

    “Romney defining Obama as ‘secretive'”, Obama defines himself as secretive. Everything he has done is in secret. Your sin will find you out! It’s sad to see people continue to defend the lie. Juan Williams should begin vetting his own candidate and see if he is truly who he says he is. There is so much we don’t know about the current president because of people like Williams that choose to turn a blind eye.

  • Whoa! Sununu was excellent. That guy really surprises me sometimes.

  • rich wojcik

    Williams passed “foolish loyalty to FuBar Ack” years ago… he is showing his idiocy, arrogance and current events’ comprehension level of a 3 year old. change your diapers, YOU STINK!!!

  • Desperation democrats!